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26-11-2017
: Pieter Jan Jordaens

The wind industry is evolving in two main directions: new, and bigger turbines including new technologies and new, more extreme markets.

13-09-2017
: admin

Ready for a top job which combines your talent for technology and innovation with your adventurous nature? OWI-Lab is currently looking for an application engineer for new and current projects to improve operations & maintenance in offshore wind turbine farms.

Are you a talented application engineer with a passion for wind power at sea? Do you like setting up or developing both new and existing multidisciplinary research and innovation projects? You may be the person we are looking for to reinforce our OWI-Lab team!

13-09-2017
: admin

In the context of the VIS-OWOME project dynamic dashboards were developed to monitor and analyse different machine signals. This should make it easier to understand and anticipate machine condition and performance, and allow for the detection of certain phenomena.

13-09-2017
: admin

Research in the context of the VIS-OWOME project has demonstrated that very accurate power curves for offshore wind turbines can be created using machine-learning techniques.  Good results can be achieved in very short terms and with limited efforts.